Re: Should Nvidia add Eyefinity to their Fermi boards?
Originally Posted by gstanford
Probably because they are not using Quadro cards.
At present it is a Quadro only feature, not geforce but that is nearly always down to software not hardware differences between geforce & quadro (main exception being genlocks).
As I said above I'm sure a clever person could hack a quadro driver to offer this on geforce cards.
But according to the link you posted, it's not for quadro cards, it's only for "Quadroplex", which is like some really expensive graphics machine, not a just a video card per se. I can see why it's not really talked about because Quadro cards are really expensive and people would just rather buy Th2Go.
I wish I could comment but NDA will now allow it. Let's just say what is around corner will put Nvidia ahead . . . and it will go beyond what ANYONE here has said.
Great, do you think I care? I just want a powerful video card, I'm already happy with my 5040x1050 setup. If you're not gonna say, don't bother posting.
1. Q6600 @ 3.2, ASUS P5Q Pro Turbo, Powercolor HD 4890 CrossFire, 4GB Mushkin DDR2-1066, 3x 24" LCD, Matrox TripleHead2Go, Audigy 2 ZS
2. Q9550 @ 3.7, ASUS P5K, Galaxy 8800GT G92, 2GB Mushkin DDR2-1066, Samsung 710N + Samsung 205BW, Audigy 2 + SB Live! 5.1 (hooked up together, really), dad's comp
3. XP-M 2500+ @ 205x11.5, Gigabyte nForce2-400, GeForce4 Ti4200, 2x512MB OCZ DDR-400 "Premier", oldie